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Currency exchange in Miami gets Brexit boost

The Community Development Fund recently launched with $25 million in invested capital from 10 banks, the majority Florida-based, which board of trustees chairman and fund advisor Kenneth H. Thomas describes as among the nation’s leading and…

Flamingo Art Project Here Inspired By Cows Of Chicago

Miami-Dade Art in Public Places has issued a call to artists to embellish 8-foot fiberglass flamingos destined to descend on the county in flocks during a temporary public installation that…

72nd Street Developer May Be Named At Next City Meeting

Miami Beach City Manager Jorge M. Gonzalez is expected to recommend a developer for the city's 72nd Street revitalization project on March 28.…

Downtown Rehab Plan Due Before Miami Commissioners In April

A package offering financial incentives to spark growth in the heart of downtown Miami will go before the city commission in April, said Dena Bianchino, assistant city manager.…

South Miami Avenue Homeowners Unite To Voice Concerns

Concerned that 3,000 new dwellings — either under construction or on the drawing boards — to the north and east will transform their quiet neighborhood, the South Miami Avenue Homeowners…

Two Ocean Drive Luxury Condos Continue South Pointe Growth

One Miami Beach condominium project where work had stalled in South Beach's South Pointe neighborhood is going forward under a new builder and another will soon break ground.…

National Film Grant Boosts Florida History Center Here

A grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation to the Louis Wolfson II Media History Center brings the archive's total in recent grants to almost $50,000, said Director Steven Davidson.…

Miami Must Score Riverfront Site For Stadium Deal To Win

As county and Miami city officials continued this week to take steps toward a stadium-construction deal, the city still lacks possession of the 20-acre downtown riverfront site it has decided…

Group Recommends Pulling Plug On Structure Of Utilities

With blackouts and power shortages in deregulated California making headlines, the deregulation of Florida's utilities could be addressed during the current state legislative session, according to industry watchers, although nothing…

Mutiny Park Tops Off Developers Say Sales Pace Brisk

Mutiny Park, a luxury condominium-hotel project in Coconut Grove expected to open late this year, has topped off at 21 floors amid brisk sales and optimism from developer Ricardo Dunin.…

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